Sep 3, 2009

Shogi Game record : Gote SATO ryu Kaku koukan Mukai Bisha . (Asahi cup)

Shogi Game record : The 3rd Asahi cup shogi open tournament : 1st preround

A shogi game of Asahi cup shogi open between YOSHIDA and SHIMIZUKAMI Tohru (amateur) started 10:00 A.M. , 4 July 2009 .

You can see the original game record on the Net .

Sente : YOSHIDA Masakazu (4 dan)
Gote : SHIMIZUKAMI Tohru (amateur)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-2f P-5d
3.S-4h Bx8h+
4.Sx8h R-2b
5.B*7g R-1b
6.P-2e S-2b
7.P-2d Px2d
8.Rx2d G-3b
9.K-6h S-2c
10.R-2h P*2d
11.P-8f N-3c
12.S-8g R-2b
13.P-4f K-6b
14.S-4g K-7b
15.K-7i S-6b
(diagram 1)

Until 2...P-5d , SHIMIZUKAMI seemed to select Gokigen Nakabisha as the opening of this game . But replying YOSHIDA's 3.S-4h , SHIMIZUKAMI exchanged the Bishop and moved his Rook to 2b . SHIMIZUKAMI's strategy is SATO ryu Kaku koukan Mukai Bisha .

YOSHIDA dropped a Bishop with 5.B*7g to threaten 2b-Rook . SHIMIZUKAMI's Rook escaped from the Bishop line with 5...R-1b . YOSHIDA advanced the 2nd file Pawn . SHIMIZUKAMI allowed YOSHIDA to exchange the 2nd file Pawns but protected here by moving up his left Silver with 6...S-2b .

YOSHIDA exchanged the 2nd file Pawns , SHIMIZUKAMI moved up his left Gold with 8...G-3b , and advanced 2b-Silver with 9...S-2c . After dropping a Pawn with 10...P*2d and Knight's jump , SHIMIZUKAMI's Rook returned to 2b . And SHIMIZUKAMI made Haya gakoi with 15...S-6b .

While SHIMIZUKAMI's above explained moves , YOSHIDA started making Ginkanmuri .

(diagram 2)

16.G-7h S-5c
17.K-8h G-6b
18.P-9f P-9d
19.P-3f R-2a
20.G-5h P-4d
21.N-3g N-2e
22.S-3h Nx3g+
23.Sx3g P-7d
24.R-4h R-4a
25.P-1f P-6d
26.P-5f G-6c
27.P-6f P-1d
28.G5h-6g P-8d
29.B-6h G-3c
30.N-7g S-3b
31.R-2h R-2a
32.B-7i S-4c
33.R-4h P-2e
34.P*2g G-3b
35.B-6h N-7c
(diagram 2)

YOSHIDA's King entered Ginkanmuri . SHIMIZUKAMI's Knight jumped with 21...N-2e to exchange . After the Knight exchange , both player's Rooks came to the 4th file .

YOSHIDA developed his Ginkanmuri with 28.G5h-6g . SHIMIZUKAMI didn't made safety Kakoi , but made total defense of his whole camp .

(diagram 3)

36.P-4e Px4e
37.P-1e Px1e
38.Rx4e P*4d
39.R-4h N*4e
40.S-4f P-2f
41.Sx4e Px4e
42.N*2d G-4b
43.P*1b S*4f
44.Px1a+ Rx2d
45.N*5g B*3g
46.R-4i S5c-4d
47.Nx4e P*4h
48.R-8i R-2e
49.Px2f Rx4e
50.R-2i S-4g+
51.B-1c+ G-5b
52.L-1h B-4f+
53.+Bx4f +Sx4f
54.B*1c B*3h
55.R-3i B-4g+
56.B-2d+ +Sx5f
57.Gx5f +Bx5f
58.S*5g +Bx7h
59.Sx7h R-4g+
60.+B-4f +R-2g
61.P*4e S-5e
62.+B-3g +Rx1h
63.P*5f P-4i+
64.R-3h +Rx3h
65.+Bx3h R*5h
66.Px5e Rx3h+
67.L*8c L*8g
68.Kx8g N*7e
69.Px7e G*8h
70.K-9g G*8g
71.Sx8g Gx8g
72.Kx8g B*6i
(diagram 3)

After 144 moves , SHIMIZUKAMI won the game .

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